Smile brighter with big savings on dental services at over 195,000* available dental practice locations nationwide. Just present your card with the Aetna Dental Access® logo and pay the discounted price at the time of service. Use your card over and over again to keep your teeth sparkling clean!
In most instances, save 15% to 50% per visit**
Save on dental services such as cleanings, X-rays, crowns, root canals and fillings
Need specialty dental care? Save on orthodontics and periodontics, too!
Q. How does the dental plan work?
A. Participating dental providers are listed in the membership fulfillment kit; members may also call the toll-free number located on the back of the membership card Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Saturday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Central Time. When calling to schedule an appointment the member should identify him/herself as a member of the Aetna Dental Access® program. To receive the discount the member must present the membership card and pay the total discounted bill at the time of service.
Q. Is there a limit to the number of times the card can be used?
A. No. Members and their families may take advantage of the savings any time throughout the year. Members may also change dentists within the network whenever they choose.
Q. May this discount be combined with dental insurance?
A. In some cases, members may use both. If your insurance company allows you to submit claims after service, simply visit a participating dental provider, pay the discounted bill and submit the bill and claim to the insurance company. The net out-of-pocket cost will be lower because the insurance company would reimburse the member the percentage of the reduced bill as defined in their insured plan. If your insurance company does not allow the policyholder to submit claims, the discount dental can only be used for services not paid for by the insurance such as cosmetic dentistry or services after your annual maximum has been met.
Q. Is there someone that can answer questions about the card and services offered?
A. Yes. Simply call the toll-free number located on the back of the membership card Monday through Friday, between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m. Central and Saturday between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Central. A member services representative is standing by to answer any questions. HighlightsFAQSample SavingsVideoGet A Quote
Average Cost with Aetna Dental Access*
Periodic Oral Exam
Comprehensive Oral Exam
X-Ray, Intraoral–Complete Series Including Bitewing
X-Ray, Bitewings– Four Films
X-Ray Panoramic Film
Sealant Per Tooth
Filling– 1 Surface Resin(White) Filling, Front (Anterior) Tooth
Crown– Porcelain Fused to High Noble Metal (i.e. gold)
Restorative Crown– Porcelain Fused to Noble Metal
Root Canal Front Tooth (Anterior) Excluding Final Restoration
Root Canal Premolar Tooth (Bicuspid) Excluding Final Restoration
Root Canal Molar Excluding Final Restoration
Scaling/Root Planing Four or More Contiguous Teeth
Complete Upper Denture (Maxillary)
Extraction of Erupted Tooth or Exposed Root – Includes Local Anesthesia and Suturing If Needed
Got a trip planned? Protect yourself and your loved ones. When traveling 100 miles or more from home*, you can rest easy knowing you have a global network of doctors, assistance personnel and emergency benefits. You’ll be safe and sound from air to ground.
Emergency medical evacuation
Monitoring of treatment
Replacement of lost or stolen travel documents
Transportation to join a family member in the hospital
Return of minor children
Pre-travel and security information
Coordination of hospital payments and insurance
Medications and vaccines
Transfer of money
Return of mortal remains
*Home is defined as the address listed on member’s ID (Driver’s License or Passport)
Q. How do I access the Global Travel Assistance Service?
A. Call the toll-free number on the back of your membership card. If the toll-free number is not accessible from the country you’re traveling in, call Global Travel Assistance collect.
Q. When can I use the service?
A. Global Travel Assistance will help with any type of illness or injury, regardless of the severity.
Q. Are there any times Global Travel Assistance cannot help?
A. Global Travel Assistance cannot help you if you’re traveling against the advice of a physician, need assistance related to a natural disaster or traveling to a country that is not deemed safe for travel.
Q. How does Global Travel Assistance help find medical care?
A. Global Travel Assistance has a global network of over 50,000 providers. The network contains hospitals, clinics and doctors, as well as other providers in the travel insurance industry, such as air ambulances, house call doctors and medical escorts. Global Travel Assistance members are referred based on the medical specialty needed, location, language, office hours, training, etc.
Q. Does Global Travel Assistance require that I go to certain hospitals, doctors or clinics?
A. You should contact Global Travel Assistance before choosing a hospital so that we can refer you to facilities that we have previously worked with. If you go to other providers, we cannot be certain of the level of treatment. However, Global Travel Assistance will provide the same services regardless of where you are treated.
Q. What happens in the event I am hospitalized?
A. Notify Global Travel Assistance as soon as possible. They will then monitor your care and work through the details of foreign hospitalizations. They will promptly speak with the treating doctor to assess your condition, treatment plans and whether or not an evacuation is necessary. Global Travel Assistance will update your family, employer and personal doctor as needed. Also, they will coordinate all insurance verifications and admission details.
Q. How does Global Travel Assistance facilitate hospital admissions?
A. Global Travel Assistance coordinates all billing and insurance verifications, including settling any guarantees of payment. This ensures that there is no delay or denial of medical treatment because you cannot make the up-front payment or your insurance is not recognized.
Q. What if the local facilities are not able to provide treatment?
A. If facilities are inadequate, the Global Travel Assistance Regional Medical Advisor will report on the safety of an evacuation, any medical needs you may require en route and evacuation plan details. Global Travel Assistance will consult with all parties involved and fully manage the evacuation.
Q. Once I am released from the hospital, do the services end?
A. Global Travel Assistance helps you until you have returned home or have received final treatment.
Q. Will I always get a discount when I use my membership card?
A. Not necessarily. Each pharmacy determines their own retail pricing.
Q. Why didn’t I get a discount at the participating pharmacy?
A. Many pharmacies price some prescriptions at or below cost in order to draw customers to their store. If you present your discount card and the price is higher than the pharmacy’s retail rate or sale price, you will always pay the lowest price available.
Q. What if the pharmacy doesn’t recognize the card’s name?
A. Always make inquiries in person and be sure to bring your card with you. If the pharmacy still has questions, have them call the Pharmacist Help Desk number on the back of your membership card.
Q. Is this a co-pay insurance card?
A. No. This membership is a discount card offering reduced prices. You are responsible to pay the pharmacy 100% of the discounted price.
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You’re in good hands. You and your family have a place to turn to for trusted advice and information when you need it most. Rest assured—highly trained registered nurses are on-call 24/7 to answer your questions for non-urgent concerns. Nurses can offer self-care tips, direct you to the appropriate care for immediate attention or tell you how to ease common problems such as a sore shoulder. Whether your baby has a fever in the middle of the night, you think you have the flu or you need to discuss side effects of medications, call NurseLine.
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Major issues can add up to major bills! Call Medical Bill Saver™ and rest easy. Experts who know the ins and outs of billing practices will attempt to negotiate discounts on your behalf. Negotiations can lead to a reduction in your costs. Once an agreement is made, the provider signs off on payment terms and conditions. You’ll receive an easy-to-read personal Savings Results Statement, summarizing the outcome and payment terms.